Shape the future of engineering education.
Our PhD program seeks to improve the education of engineers through research, project-based learning paradigms, and integrated design principles. Through our collaboration with the School of Education and other discipline-based education research groups at CU Boulder, our flexible curriculum blends technical expertise with education outcomes.
The program is designed for students with a background in engineering. As a candidate you can expect to:
Structure of the PhD Program
The 60-credit-hour program includes:
The application process runs through the CU Graduate School. It requires:
- Unofficial transcripts from all undergraduate and graduate institutions attended can be provided in the application
- If you receive and offer of admission and confirm your intent to enroll, you will be required to submit official transcripts
- Three letters of reference
- A personal statement of academic and research interests
Please limit to 3 pages; Why do you want to attend CU Boulder? What are your professional goals and aspects of your background / interest that demonstrate your aptitude and motivation for an ENED doctoral degree?
- GRE scores are optional
- You need at least a 3.00 undergraduate grade point average or a 3.25 grade point average in graduate coursework
- For international PhD applicants the English proficiency requirements have been established by the CU Graduate School